The Saudi-led coalition plans for settlement “Daesh” in the north and “al Qaeda” in the south of Yemen
The Saudi-led coalition , backed by the US, is re-enacting the terrorism paper in Yemen, despite It is the one which has marketed itself as a fighter against terrorism and links the fate of terrorist groups in Yemen to its future existence in this country. But unless the coalition is aware of the fact that Sanaa will continue to act hard to eliminate these groups and has already succeeded in cleaning up the area of its tools.
Spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sari in an interview with the Lebanese newspaper “Al-Akhbar” on Thursday, December 27: “We have intelligence information that confirms that the forces of aggression , the Saudi-led coalition, use the elements of the Takfiri, and facilitate the arrival of dozens of those elements to Aden and southern provinces before moving to fronts, most of which came from Syria. A few days ago, an aircraft carrying dozens of Tkfir elements arrived at Sayoun airport from an Arab country. According to our information, these will be transferred to the Saudi border.Hundreds of these elements have already been pushed to the fronts, including the Qataf front in Saada. Daesh”and” Al-Qaeda “had a deal on the extradition of two million dollars in exchange for the maintenance of the Qataf front, and a quarter of the amount.already has been delivered .
When the UAE has opened its embassy in Damascus and Riyadh expressed its desire to return Syria to the League of Arab States , there was only to clean it of the terrorist elements they brought from different countries of the world, whereas it has already started sending the first batch of elements, “Daesh” in Syria to the airport of Sayoun ,hoping to transport them by land to the northern border of Yemen, whereas Riyadh is strongly seeking to settle in the valley of Abu Jabara, but the most dangerous to Yemen in general appeared when the coalition started to impose its presence at least in southern Yemen under the pretext of fighting against terrorism through over the past few days activating these groups in terms of media when it highlighted the confrontations with the Security Belt in Abyan recently on the basis of building a new camp in the Eye Area , which al-Qaeda requires to handed over to only its members in the region and the withdrawal of the elements that came from Dala’a.
In addition to the attack, which took place weeks ago in the city of Al-Shahr in the province of Hadramout and killed dozens of dead and wounded to allow media loyal to the coalition publish a statement of Al-Qaeda accusing the Hadrami Elite of managing the process, pointing out that it targeted a new camp of the Elite in this city, which is its most strongholds since its agreement with the UAE to hand over Mukalla peacefully to the Elite in 2017 on exchange of that the UAE should recruit its elements within the forces of the Hadrami Elite and maintain its share in power and wealth, according to press reports published this year by the British Guardian and the Washington Post. These reports also included confessions of unnamed Emirati officers and justified this polarization by trying to prevent the expansion of terrorist groups in community societies.
The United Arab Emirates, which signed a security agreement with the United States in 2016 to combat terrorism in southern Yemen, has adopted a policy of polarization of elements of terrorist groups a single option to hide the operations of these groups, which until recently boast of fighting alongside the coalition in several cities and published several sections for the execution of prisoners. But these groups, whose roles have been limited to individual operations over the past years, are now a power in the south to kill, kidnap and torture their opponents and opponents of the UAE under the name of “Legitimacy.” The spread of al-Qaeda in the southern and eastern governorates of Yemen has enabled several names of the UAE to impose a new reality In these areas , which is reflected by its control of the oil and gas rights in Shabwa and headed towards achieving separation.
According to observers, the re-start of terrorism in Yemen comes at a time of increasing international pressure on the coalition to end the war on Yemen, and to avoide the removal of the its last soldier from Yemen , it is trying to play with new cards after the loss of the battle militarily and politically as evidenced by recent warnings issued by the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of UAE Anwar Gargash, the impact of the US withdrawal on Daesh actions and linking it to the coalition withdrawal from Yemen .Furthermore, the Saudi writer close to the decision-making center, Abdul Rahman Rashed , linked withdrawal of the terrorists groups to the end of the coalition in Yemen , which are all signs that the coalition prepared to impose the presence of its bases built in several Yemeni islands under the pretext of combating terrorism if the Yemeni parties reached a peace agreement after a war led by the coalition itself over four years, but the response came from Sanaa, when the Yemeni army forces declared the clearing the sites of al-Qaeda in Al-Bayda in an indication that Sanaa that has been suffering from the brutality of the crimes of these gangs for decades and have already succeeded in eliminating them and will not allow their existence or return again.
In March 2015, the US -backed –Saudi-led coalition started a war against Yemen with the declared aim of crushing the Houthi Ansarullah movement, who had taken over from the staunch Riyadh ally and fugitive former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, while also seeking to secure the Saudi border with its southern neighbor. Three years and over 600,000 dead and injured Yemeni people and prevented the patients from travelling abroad for treatment and blocked the entry of medicine into the war-torn country, the war has yielded little to that effect.
Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
However, Saudi Arabia relies heavily on the US in its brutal war on Yemen. Washington has deployed a commando force on the Arab kingdom’s border with Yemen to help destroy arms belonging to Yemen’s popular Houthi Ansarullah movement. Washington has also provided logistical support and aerial refueling.